Lorenzo Manuel Berho Corona
Mr. Berho is one of the founders of Vesta and was our Chief Executive Officer for 20 years and since August 1st, 2019 serves as Executive Chairman. From 2007 to 2009, he served as President of the Mexican Association of Industrial Parks. From 1991 to 1992, and from 1997 to 1998 he acted as Vice President of the Mexican Chamber of the Manufacturing Industry. He serves as President of the Mexico-Germany Business Committee of the Mexican Business Council for Foreign Trade. He was Regional Chair at the YPO/WPO Real Estate Network of Latin America. Mr. Berho holds a degree in Industrial Engineering at Universidad Anahuac and finished the Owner/President Management Program at Harvard Business School in 1994. He has more than 36 years of experience in the real estate industry.
Alternate: Lorenzo Dominique Berho Carranza
Stephen B Williams
Mr. Williams is co-founder of Vesta and founder of SENTRE Partners, a real estate investment and services company which owns, manages and/or leases a commercial real estate portfolio in San Diego and Orange County, California, he sits on both company’s Board of Directors. Mr. Williams is also a co-founder of Bandwidth Now, which transforms commercial buildings into "next gen" environments. Mr. Williams was formerly a partner with Trammell Crow Company, where he was responsible for the San Diego division. Mr. Williams graduated from UCLA in 1972 and received an MBA from USC in 1974. He is a licensed CPA and licensed real estate salesman. He is active in ULI and was a former national board member of NAIOP. He is active in the community and currently serves on the boards of the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation and CONNECT. He is also the past Co-Chair of the Southern California Leadership Council along with Former Governor, Pete Wilson. He has previously served as Chair of LEAD San Diego. He has also previously served on the boards of the San Diego Chamber of Commerce, the Burnham Institute and the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center.
Alternate: Jorge Alberto Delgado Herrera
Daniela Berho Carranza
Daniela Berho is CEO and founding partner of The Dailey Method Mexico. Previously she served as Marketing Manager of Corporación Inmobiliaria Vesta, where she focused in the corporate image strategy of the Company. She currently serves also as a member of the Social and Environmental Responsibility Committee of the Company. Before joining the Company she served as marketing assistant at Condé Nast Mexico. She holds a bachelor’s degree in administration by the Universidad Iberoamericana and obtained a MBA at Universidad Panamericana (IPADE). She also has a diploma in Strategic Negotiation at the Harvard Business School and on Real Estate Innovation at the Singularity University. Since 2014 she participates as board member of “Reina Madre”, clínicas de la mujer. Daniela Berho is the daughter of Lorenzo Manuel Berho Corona.
Alternate: Elías Laniado Laborín
Luis Javier Solloa Hernández
Javier Solloa is Principal Partner at Solloa-Nexia since 1995. He is a Certified Public Accountant responsible for national and international due diligence projects, management of end-of-year audits and due diligence reporting. Among his experience, he has belonged to the following audit committees: INFONAVIT, Abastecedora Lumen, Promotora y Operadora de Infraestructura, and Gifan Internacional. He is member of the board of multiple national and international entities. He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and a Masters of Business Administration from Universidad Iberoamericana (UIA), he also has a diploma in Financial Engineering from the Colegio de Contadores Públicos de México and in Institutional Governance from Instituto Panamericano de Alta Dirección de Empresas (IPADE).
Alternate: Viviana Belauzarán Barrera
Loreanne García Ottari
Loreanne García is Co-Founder & Chief People Officer at Kavak Mexico, a Mexican company dedicated to buy and sell used cars in Mexico. Before joining to Kavak, Ms. García acted as Corporate Strategic Planning Manager at Coca-Cola FEMSA, and as comercial director at Aprecia Financiera in Mexico and acted as associate of McKinsey & Company in San Francisco Bay Area.
Ms. García obtain her degree as Production Engineer at Universidad Simón Bolivar. She was a member of the Young Entrepreneurs Association Simon Bolivar University, President and Logistics Coordinator of Expotalento and President of the Young Entrepreneurs Association. Ms. García has a Master of Business and Administration from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Alternate: Jose Antonio Pujals Fuentes
Óscar Francisco Cázares Elías
Mr. Cázares is the founder and current Chief Executive Officer of Duroplast de Mexico, S.A. de C.V., and was the President and Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo de México and Pepsi-Cola Mexicana from 1999 - 2007. Mr. Cázares holds a bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering at the Tecnológico de Chihuahua and a Masters in Business Direction (Medex) at the same institution. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of Bafar and Cultiba, public companies traded at the Mexican Stock Exchange.
Alternate: Rocío Ruiz Chávez
Luis de la Calle Pardo
Mr. Luis De la Calle is the managing director and founding partner of the consulting firm De la Calle, Madrazo and Mancera, S.C. and Chairman for Latin America of Hill + Knowlton Strategies. From 2000 to 2002, Mr. De la Calle served as Undersecretary of International Trade Negotiations for the Mexican Secretary of Economy. From 2002 to 2004, he acted as Managing Director of Public Strategies de Mexico Inc. He holds a BA in Economics from Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de Mexico (ITAM) and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Virginia.
Alternate: Javier Mancera Arrigunaga
José Manuel Domínguez Díaz Ceballos
Mr. Dominguez is semi-retired from a close to 30 years banking career, which started at Citibank in Mexico in 1985, worked at BofA Mexico for 5 years and spent his last 22 years at HSBC Mexico where he was originally responsible for Corporate banking, then Commercial Banking for Latin America covering 15 countries and ended up his career as CEO for 8 LATAM countries, also responsible for its divestiture process in 2014. He is currently an independent Board and Committees member of three institutions including Vesta, and actively participates for many years now in 4 non-profit organizations in Mexico. Mr. Domínguez earned an undergraduate degree in Business and Finance from Universidad Panamericana in Mexico City and a MBA degree from The University of Wisconsin at Madison with majors in International Business, Banking and Finance.
Alternate: José Humberto López Niederer
Douglas M. Arthur
Douglas Arthur, President & CEO of SENTRE, leads the company’s full-service investment and development platform, sets the strategic vision for the firm and is active in the company’s acquisitions, dispositions, development, joint ventures and capital markets activities. Doug also leads the company's Board of Directors and Investment Committee. He joined SENTRE in 2004. Prior to becoming President & CEO, Doug founded SENTRE Living, the company’s multi-family platform, that focuses on acquiring and developing apartment communities throughout the West Coast and Mexico.
Doug graduated from Harvard Business School’s OPM Executive Education program and received a Master’s in Real Estate from the University of San Diego. Doug also graduated with honors from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is a licensed real estate broker in the State of California and has earned the CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) and LEED AP (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) designations.
Alternate: Manuela Molina Peralta
Mr. Wieland, he joined his father’s company, The Wieland-Davco Corporation in 1977, as a laborer, and moved up quickly through the ranks of Superintendent, Project Manager and within ten years was named Vice President. Upon the passing of his father in 1990 Craig assumed the role he still holds; President of The Wieland-Davco Corp. Under Craig’s leadership the company has grown from a small family owned firm located in Northern Michigan with an annual sales volume of $3 Million dollars to one of the largest General Contractors in the US with offices in Lansing Michigan, Orlando Florida, Shreveport, Louisiana, Newport Beach and San Diego California. He is the author of four books on topics from Economics, Conservative Thought, and fiction.
Alternate: Enrique Carlos Lorente Ludlow